Sea Dell Motel
Travel Blogs from Marathon
... always on the hunt for the one that
got away. It's funny how they can spend an entire day on an 11 ft. boat
and not want a thing, but at home they are bored :/
down with his new girl, Debbie. We had a great afternoon. I took the
paddle board out, across the flat and out around the marker. Standing on
the board the high vantage point made seeing all the creatures easy
through the clear, shallow water. I saw ...
... br> Backing up a little the family (minus me) went fishing on Saturday and caught lot's of Yellowtail Snapper. Mom read her book and the boys all fished. Very nice day for fishing! Cooked it up tonight and it was delicioso (I got a few bites). Also went fishing today and caught more snapper. The guys were a little more picky today and threw most of them back if they weren't well over the size limit. Seas were a ...
... feet deep. So very easy to navigate, see a lot, and stay close to the boat. Little to no current to speak of too.
On the first dive, we saw a black spotted eel. First I've ever seen. Seen lot's of green moray eels in the past. About half way through the dive, I realized that I forgot to charge the battery on my camera as I couldn't keep it on any more. ...
... when the snorkle was above water, we saw pufferfish, a large lion fish looking creature and Greg saw a stingray.
We then continued on our journey down the Keys, planning our stops on the move. We decided on a dolphin research centre in the middle Key, Marathon. It was at this point that we realised the deposit hadn't been picked up when we dropped off our hire snorkels. After a brief tsunami of ...
... Belgium. Of course 30 hrs delayed later I was still in miami, having lunch at my sister's restaurant after meeting the newest member of the new " Marlins" Jose Reyes.
The moral of the story is sister's may get a three week visit from there brothers but fish always get more respect... sorry LeeBird
Thought I'd posted this before but guess I pressed the wrong button. better late than ...